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Leaves turning white

Pea    California

My pea plants started turning white from the bottom. The white worked its way up the plant even the pea pods them self. The plants are dying.

Asked by: John (1 point)   Posted:July 11, 2020

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Problem with peas

Pea    Canada

What's going on with these pea plants? The bottom leaves appear to be dead and the top is doing well?

Asked by: Jeremy Kirouac (3 points)   Posted:May 25, 2016

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Fungus on Dixie ButterPea

Pea    Kentucky

Seeds have germinated, growing slowly, new leaves are "crinkling" and have brown streaks. Have not fertilized with any chemical, have been top watering, when necessary, but, we do get plenty of rain. Can this be fungus? If so, what "organic" solution would you suggest?

Asked by: Kay Phillips (1 point)   Posted:June 11, 2019

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What type of soil best suits Oregon Giant Sugar Peas

Pea    Zeeland, MI

Many years ago, we planted a huge patch of these peas and had TONS. Then for several years we didn't plant any. I've recently started planting them (in the same garden area) and for the past couple of years had fairly indifferent results - plants seemed spindly, not a lot of peas. This year, I...

Asked by: Conni Schaftenaar (2 points)   Posted:June 20, 2013

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Why have some of my peas shriveled in the pod?

Pea    NY

I picked my first handful of snap peas this morning while I was watering. They taste delicious but when I opened a few pods I noticed that only 2-4 peas had properly filled while the others were all shriveled. I had a look through the pea disease section and I don't see anything to explain this....

Asked by: Sophie Brooks (3 points)   Posted:June 21, 2013

2 answers    3668 views

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Peas infested with spider mites

Pea    None Given

Many of my plants have been infested by spider mites! How can I save my greenhouse from this?

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:April 6, 2015

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Can peas grow in a sandy soil?

Pea    None Given

I have been researching what I can grow in my soil as it is, are peas a good idea? I would ideally like to grow some sugar snap varieties or will the plants not tolerate it. I'm not sure that I have the time available to make extensive soil modifications this year.

Asked by: Jenny Robertson (2 points)   Posted:March 29, 2013

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Getting started with peas in containers

Pea    NY

I am a complete gardening novice. I've never grown any of my own plants before and I don't even have a garden. I have a small balcony and would really like to grow some pea plants in containers and let them climb around the railings. I like their flowers. Everything I read says they are nice n...

Asked by: Sophie Brooks (3 points)   Posted:February 14, 2013

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Snap Peas' leaves discolored and stems rotting/snapping

Pea    Jupiter, FL, United States

seedlings in the ground- only about 2.5 weeks old. Half of crop is browning (like rotting) at the base of the plant and leaves are curling up and getting variegated. What is happening?

Asked by: Alyssa Wood (1 point)   Posted:September 11, 2014

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Brown leaves on pea plants
Leaves on pea plant turning brown

Pea    NY

My container garden on my balcony has been going quite well recently but I have ran into a problem with my peas. I am growing Burpees Super Snappy and had been trying to get them to climb the balcony railings. I have noticed that the very bottom leaves of a few of the plants have turned brown and...

Asked by: Sophie Brooks (3 points)   Posted:May 30, 2013

1 answer    7229 views

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Trellis spacing and training peas

Pea    UK

I wondered if I could trouble you for some advice about the best method of trellising pea plants. What is a good spacing for the slats on the trellis? and how can I train the plant properly up the trellis or safely tie it? I fear that the trellis I tried to use last year is unsuitable as the peas...

Asked by: Robyn (4 points)   Posted:April 2, 2013

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